After years of teaching workshops and masterclasses in the DC area, Matthew Corozine's Meisner-based training has found a home in the DC theatre community.
UPCOMING MCS DC CLASS DATES:
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all in-person classes have been temporarily suspended. We look forward to coming back to DC in person when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, we have a variety of online classes available to students no matter where they live.
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BEHIND THE SCENES
MCS DC Admin
Madeleine Regina is a Director, Movement Artist, and Inclusion Consultant in the DC area. With a focus on accessibility in the arts, Madeleine works with such institutions as ArtStream Inclusive Theatre Company, The Theatre Lab and Imagination Stage directing and producing work devised by people of varying backgrounds and abilities. Much of her recent creative work centers around devised theatre as a form of social justice, including projects such as Body. for the Capital Fringe Festival- which focused on the stories we have been told about our physical forms- and WISE Up, a production for the company CASE which brings assistance to adopted children and their families. Madeleine is thrilled to be helping MCS bring the Meisner work to DC participants as an accessible method of acting.
MCS DC Admin
Tatyana Ridgeway, a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, is a creator, storyteller, and an actress in the DMV area. Her most recent work includes The Day That Nothing Happened (Encore Stage & Studio), Prayers of a King (Encore Stage & Studio), Now to Ashes (THEATRE51), and Body. (Capital Fringe Festival). Sharing her love of music and dance, she is also a line dance instructor for active adults in her area. Overall, Tatyana enjoys being a part of efforts that mix her joy, art, service to others, and appreciation of unprecedented narratives in a big ol’ bowl.